I went looking for Port and this bottle popped onto my radar. A sweet red Greek wine that has a pale garnet hue. The nose is interesting, unlike any other wine I have smelled. Baking spices with stewed black cherry and baked plum. There’s also a cola component that is throwing me off! The palate is obviously not dry- I would say off-dry but not cloying. The first thing I notice is the heat (15%ABV). Next up I get medium (-) acidity and low tannins. Flavorwise- loads of stewed/baked/cooked dark fruit with spice and cherry cola. A medium to full body on this delight leads me to a medium length finish that also shows off the alcohol. I like the flavor profile, the mouthfeel and the structure. I just think the alcohol is presenting itself too much. This wine reminds me of a lightweight Tawny Port. I might use some to bolster a stock I am making for Sunday roast, burning off the alcohol to reveal the fruit and spice better. I might also pour some with my cheese course. This is my first try of this style so I will not grade it- but you should try for yourself. At $15, it’s an easy buy. Salut….